While I sometimes still think of NAD as the company that turned the affordable audiophile market upside down in the late 1970s, NAD is hardly resting on its considerable laurels. It’s building audiophile gear for our time, over a wide range of prices.
Let’s take a look at its new D 3045 stereo integrated amp. Where the NADs of old were Spartan affairs, this 60-watt-per-channel Class D amplifier is loaded with useful features including MQA high-resolution PCM audio, DSD and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
More inputs than ever
The D 3045 is an update on the HDMI ARC (Audio Return Channel) input and a…Likewise its connectivity extends beyond most stereo amps including both an